Sep 24


“You f*cking whore!” Jewish girl, 13, forced to flee Sweden after being savagely raped continually harrassed by Muslim migrants:

When Ida had just turned twelve, she was brutally raped by a Somali man. Since then, she has been forced to endure being beaten, threatened and sexually harassed by the rapist’s Muslim friends. Since the charges have been consistently dropped by procecutors, the family now sees no other alternative but to flee to Norway.

Free Times. “After the rape, they began to stalk my children, one by one, but all charges have been dropped. We have made over 20 complaints to the police but all charges have been dropped by the prosecutor,” Ida’s father told the Free Times.

Both the Free Times and the local paper Sundsvalls Tidning have previously reported on the now 20-year-old Somali man who last summer got away with 180 hours of youth service after having tricked Ida – at that point a 12-year-old girl – to his apartment in Sundsvall in Northern Sweden and subjected her to a bloody and prolonged rape.  Continue reading »

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Aug 31




323 Reindeer Dead In Norway — It’s a Special Anthrax, But The Experts Tell Us It’s Lightning

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Lightning strike kills 323 wild reindeer in southern Norway:

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Aug 30

Norway Raids Sovereign Wealth Fund To Cover Government Expenses

Norway’s $890 billion sovereign wealth fund has long acted as a backstop for global equity markets due to it’s ability to measure risk over the long-term.  But that may be coming to an end as Deputy Governor at Norway’s Central Bank, Egil Matsen, warns that withdrawals are “relevant for how we think about the risk-bearing capacity of the fund.”

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Aug 25

Bikes used by refugees to cross the border from Russia to Norway

Norway Builds Fence On Russian Borders To Keep Migrants Out:

(REUTERS) – Norway is putting up a steel fence at a remote Arctic border post with Russia after an influx of migrants last year, sparking an outcry from refugees’ rights groups and fears that cross- border ties with the former Cold War adversary will be harmed.

The government says a new gate and a fence, about 200 meters (660 feet) long and 3.5 meters high stretching from the Storskog border point, is needed to tighten security at a northern outpost of Europe’s passport-free Schengen zone.

For decades, the Nordics have enjoyed the image of being a reliable haven for asylum seekers. Continue reading »

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Aug 16


‘Xenophobia is Highly Rational and Justified’: Police Chief:

A Norwegian police chief has spectacularly broken ranks to express his professional opinion that high and sustained levels of crime committed by migrants more than justifies concern about foreigners, and that increasing immigration “leads to more rapes”.

Writing in response to an opinion piece by a philosopher in the Norwegian daily newspaper Haugesunds Avis, Police Inspector Thomas Utne Pettersen argues that while he agreed that rich nations like Norway had an “ethical and moral obligation” to help those in need, those wary of foreigners were not misled. Continue reading »

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Jul 28

Norway to create world’s first floating underwater tunnel (VIDEO)

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Jul 22

Private Life: Norway Targets Forced Marriages Amid ‘Peak Season’:

The dramatic increase over the past years in forced marriages and female genital mutilation has spurred Norway into taking serious action. In July, new legislative changes come into force to specifically target this problem, previously unfamiliar for the Nordic kingdom, otherwise known for its perhaps too vigorous enforcement of children’s rights.

Last year alone, the Norwegian authorities had to handle about 400 cases of girls married off against their will, sexually mutilated or forcefully kept abroad. Most of the girls were from Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq and Somalia, but last year even Syrians formed a significant group. However, these figures are only the tip of the iceberg, as many more young people are unable to stand up for themselves and go against their parents will, Immigration and Integration minister Sylvi Listhaug argued. Continue reading »

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Jun 18

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Apr 26

Norway Offers Refugees Cash To Leave The Country:

As European countries deal with the current refugee crisis, each is taking a slightly different approach in response to the escalating situation. In Norway, which has been shocked by the unfolding events in neighboring Sweden which has seen a mass revulsion at the ongoing refugee onslaught (and which recently announced it won’t accept any more refugees from the EU) the answer appears to be the simplest possible one: offer asylum seekers money to leave.

Norway Offers Refugees Cash To Leave The Country
Asylum seekers at the Bjørnebekk asylum centre in Ås

Currently, refugees who decide to return to their home country instead of seeking asylum in Norway are given 20,000 kroner (USD $2,400) for travel expenses by the Norwegian government (up to 80,000 kroner for a family with two children). Now, as RT reports, Norway will sweeten the deal, and provide an additional 10,000 kroner (USD $1,200) to the first 500 asylum seekers who apply for voluntary return to their home countries. Continue reading »

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Apr 25

“The Government Is Crushing The Piggy Bank” – Norway Boosts Withdrawals From Its Sovereign Wealth Fund:

As it deals with the economic slowdown and a plunge in oil prices, Norway has turned to its massive sovereign wealth fund in order to cover 2016 budget deficits, in continuation of a trend noted here first last October. As Bloomberg reports, the country withdrew $898 million in March from the fund, putting the year-to-date total at roughly $3.1 billion, a run rate that is higher than the estimate the central bank governor gave just this past February.

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Apr 21

Mass killer Anders Breivik’s human rights breached in prison, court rules:

OSLO, Norway (CNN) — Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik has won part of his lawsuit against the state over his solitary confinement in a high-security prison, a court announced Wednesday.

The Oslo district court found the 37-year-old’s treatment in prison violated Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights, prohibiting “inhuman or degrading treatment,” and ruled that his conditions must be eased. Continue reading »

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Feb 25

“We Are Heading Into Anarchy”: Official Says EU Will “Completely Break Down In 10 Days”:

Norwegian PM Erna Solberg doesn’t want to have to skirt her country’s responsibilities under the Geneva Convention and she doesn’t want to trample over human rights either, but she will if she has to.

“It is a force majeure proposals which we will have in the event that it all breaks down,” Solberg said, in an interview with Berlingske, describing new measures she believes Norway may have to take if Sweden buckles under the weight of the refugee influx which saw some 163,000 asylum seekers inundate the country last year.

Solberg is effectively prepared to turn everyone away and go into lockdown mode should everything fall apart completely, causing Europe to descend into some kind of lawless, Hobbesian, free-for-all.

If that sounds far-fetched or hyperbolic consider that on Thursday, EU migration commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos warned that the bloc has just 10 days to implement a plan that will bring about “tangible and clear results on the ground” or else “the whole system will completely break down.” Continue reading »

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Feb 24

Norway Warns Sweden Will Collapse, PM Will Defy Geneva Convention To Protect Border:

As you might have heard, Sweden has a refugee problem.

We’ve spent quite a bit of time documenting the country’s trials and travails over the course of the last 12 months during which time Sweden has taken on more than 160,000 asylum seekers. Continue reading »

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Feb 09

09/02/2016 – Norway – Children raped in migrant centres

Under-18 migrants living in Norwegian asylum centres are being sexually abused, with the criminal investigation police admitting they have no idea how deep the problem runs, reports Klassekampen. The children are not just being raped and assaulted by their fellow asylum inhabitants, but the centres are being visited by known sex offenders.


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Jan 24


Norway’s Biggest Bank Demands Cash Ban:

The war on cash is escalating faster than many had imagined. Having documented the growing calls from the elites and propagandist explanations of the “benefits” to their serfs over the last few years, with China, and The IMF entering the “cashless society” call most recently, International Business Times reports that Norway – suffering from its own economic collapse as oil revenues crash – has joined its Scandi peers Denmark and Sweden in a call to “ban cash.”

By way of background, as we explained previously, What exactly does a “war on cash” mean? Continue reading »

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Jan 15


Norway Pushes Panic Button: “We’re In A Crisis Now, We Can’t Deny That”:

Slumping crude prices are weighing heavily on Norway’s economy as the government looks to its $830 billion sovereign wealth fund to plug budget holes and pay for fiscal stimulus. Officials hope a weaker krone can serve as a shock absorber but with Mario Draghi stuck in easing mode, that may prove to be an increasingly dubious proposition.


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Dec 18

“Secret” Norwegian Report Details ISIS-Turkey Oil Trade As UN Vows To “Cut Off” Terrorist “Funding Sources”:

The evidence continues to pile up implicating NATO’s own Turkey in Islamic State’s lucrative oil trade but the UN doesn’t seem to care despite bold rhetoric from the Security Council and empty promises to “cut off” terrorist funding and access to the international financial system.

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Dec 15

ISIS flags & photos of severed heads found amongst refugees in Norway:

Norwegian police say they have found images of severed heads and executions on mobile phones belonging to refugees entering the country. Flags and symbols belonging to Islamic State were also found as they inspected the luggage of the migrants.

The Norwegian Police Immigration Service (PU) has been dealing with an explosion in the number of refugees and migrants wishing to cross its borders in recent months. While searching asylum seekers, they also came across photos of dead children and other victims of war and terrorism, Nettavisen reports. Continue reading »

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Oct 28


World’s Largest Sovereign Wealth Fund Has Worst Quarter In 4 Years After Losing 21% On Chinese Stocks:

Norway’s $860 billion sovereign wealth fund (tasked with managing the country’s vast oil wealth) just had its worst quarter in 4 years and its first back-to-back quarterly loss since 2009 after an array of EM bets went awry. Meanwhile, the government is set to start making withdraws from the fund as slumping crude prices have effectively reduced inflows to zero.

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Oct 19

Related “information”:

What’s the difference between a moose and an elk?

What Is the Difference Between Elk, Moose and Deer …

Difference Between Moose and Elk

10 wild animals in Sweden and where to see them

Alces alces (Elk, Eurasian Elk, Eurasian Moose, European Elk, Moose, Siberian Elk)

Elk, also sometimes referred to as moose, are not an endangered species Getty

Hunters shoot two elk – then realise they were firing through fence into zoo:

The hunters called the zoo authorities and reported their mistake soon afterwards

A group of hunters in Norway have shot dead two elk – before realising seconds later they were firing through a fence into the animal’s enclosure in a zoo.

The hunters called the zoo and reported their mistake, according to a report on The Local news website. Continue reading »

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Oct 06

World’s Largest Sovereign Wealth Fund Is Forced To Begin Liquidating Assets:

While Reverse QE, or QT, or whatever one wants to call it has become traditionally associated with Emerging Markets and petroleum exporters, nobody had linked it with one of the most advanced Developed Markets in the world which also happens to be an oil exporter, the market with the largest sovereign wealth fun in the world: Norway. That is about to change because as Bloomberg report, “the future may already be here”, a future in which Norway’s gargantuan $830 billion sovereign wealth fund, the product of two decades of capital accumulation courtesy of Norway’s vast petroleum reserves and oil trade, is forced to begin liquidating its vast assets.

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Jul 16

Norwegian experts baffled by freak downpour (Ice Age Now, July 16, 2015):

More than a month’s worth of rain in one hour.

“This just does not happen in Norway, we have a hard time believing that it’s true,”  Geir Ottar Fagerli, a government meteorologist, told NRK. “It’s not that we doubt the observations, but it is absolutely amazing.”

“These are figures ​​that you only normally see in the jungle,” he continued, Continue reading »

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Jul 08

Norwegian meterologist recognizes that it has been unusually cold in Norway (Ice Age Now, July 5, 2015):

Warns that longer-term weather prospects for July are far from summerlike, with forecasts the worst for Central-Northern Norway.

“As we see it now, the wave of warm weather we expect during the first several days of July will be blown away by a colder type of weather, and we’ll head back into the kind of period we’ve had earlier,” Geir Kjærnli, a senior consultant at the state Meteorological Institute, told website Continue reading »

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Jun 22

Norway – Popular hiking trail closed – 1½ meters more snow than normal – Video (Ice Age Now, June 22, 2015):

Should be green by now, and have thousands of sheep grazing


“I am currently on a MC trip up though the coastline in Norway, and it has been a very cold journey so far, only 3C on some passes in the mountains,” says reader 996bip.

“I was planning to also do some hiking to some of the known mountains, though tourist season is in full swing, still a lot of places is closed due to snow, and frozen lakes. The popular hiking trail over “Besseggen” was closed due to the boat that takes tourist over the lake, could not go because of ice. Continue reading »

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Jun 03

Norway – ‘January in June’ strands drivers (Ice Age Now, June 3, 2015):

“It was incredible to wake up to a full snowstorm in June,”
Sigurd Bjåen of Hovden, in the mountains of southern Norway, exclaimed on national radio Tuesday morning. The heavy and drifting snow forced closure of several highways, with others open only for convoy-driving behind snowplows. Continue reading »

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Jun 02

Norway – School bus blown off road in snowstorm (Ice Age Now, June 1, 2015):

1 June 2015 – It’s like full winter at Sognefjellet.

Thirty-nine people have been rescued and 17 cars are stuck in the snow.

A snow plow is on its way, but it is uncertain how long it will take to get to the vehicles. Continue reading »

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Jan 17

Record snowfall in western Norway – 2 to 3 meters (6 to 10 feet) (Ice Age Now, Jan 16, 2015):

Some buildings in Voss have collapsed under the weight and several municipal buildings are in danger of collapsing.

On Tuesday, civil defense authorities asked for assistance in shoveling massive amounts of snow from roofs on municipal buildings. Continue reading »

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Dec 04

Norwegian Authorities Ban GM Fish Feed over Antibiotic Resistance Fears (Sustainable Pulse, Nov 30, 2014):

According to the Norwegian Biotechnology Advisory Board, the Norwegian Food Safety Authority has stopped approving (on a yearly basis) GMOs for use in fish feed that contain genes coding for antibiotic resistance. According to the Advisory Board, this applies to 8 out of 19 GMOs which the fish feed industry had previously been given permission to use since 2008.


Norwegian Source:

Source: GM Watch

“The fear is that genes in the GM feed that code for antibiotic resistance may be taken up by various bacteria in the soil in the country where the GMO is produced, in the feed production chain, or in the gut of the fish. Scientists know little about to what extent, or if, this happens with genes that are inserted via genetic modification, but few would deny that it could happen. If the genes first have entered into a bacterium [during the genetic engineering process], they may quickly spread further.” Continue reading »

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Aug 08

Russia’s import ban means big business for Latin America (RT, Aug 7, 2014):

Russia’s 1-year ban on food products from the EU, US, Canada, and Norway will force Russia to increase food imports from Latin America, specifically Ecuador, Brazil, Chile, and Argentina.

Russia will ban meat, dairy, fruit, and vegetable imports from countries that have imposed sanctions on Russia over the Ukraine conflict, which opens the door to Russia’s partners on the other side of the world.

Russia will have to fill an 8 percent gap in its total agricultural imports that it sources from the EU, USA, Canada, Australia, and Norway. The Netherlands, Germany, and Poland are currently Russia’s biggest food suppliers in the EU. Continue reading »

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Jun 25



“Megablizzard” forecast for eastern Australia (Ice Age Now, June 23, 2014):

“Best snowfalls in a decade.” Maybe the “storm of the century.”

Aleutian volcanoes waking up (Ice Age Now, June 23, 2014):

Five volcanoes now simultaneously active, the most activity in 26 years.

Record snowfall in Norway (Ice Age Now, June 23, 2014):

First time since records began that snow has been recorded in June.

Surprise Snowstorm Clobbers Rockies (Ice Age Now, June 23, 2014):

June 20, 2014 – “A bizarre June snowstorm hit Glacier National Park in Montana and parts of Utah and Idaho this week,

Confirmed – Earth’s protective magnetic shield is weakening (Ice Age Now, June 22, 2014):

The most dramatic declines are occurring over the Western Hemisphere, says European Space Agency. Continue reading »

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